Get ready to lock! We just released a locking program so prepare to see some preview lessons pop up in the next few days. In the meantime, here's a fun club-style locking video for you to groove to today!
In this EDM/House Dance lesson, we'll dance to "What Do You Mean" by Justin Bieber. It's a popular song and rightfully so - the song has some clean and nicely produced house elements. It has a faster tempo than Justin Bieber's other hit "Sorry", so we'll ease it up by using some less dynamic moves such as the Groove Step and the Train Pump - both are covered in my EDM/House Dance programs.
In this EDM/House Dance lesson, we'll dance to "Sorry" by Justin Bieber. It's a popular song and rightfully so - the song has a classic house sound do it. It also has a slower tempo, making it a great pratice song for beginners. We'll build into the song by doing half-jacking and jacking for the verse.
Many of you have messaged me wanting lessons with a higher difficulty, so here you go! I'm also switching to a slightly new format. Rather than release a whole program at once, I'm releasing individual lessons now. This way, the release schedule is more consistent.
In this updated lesson, I show a fun, flirty dance move I call The Cyclone. It mixes a series of turns - one for the girl (follower), one for the guy (leader), and a head loop to finish with an optional sexy body roll finish. On top of that, I show a few variations to the Cyclone, and demo it to an EDM track so you can see how to get in and out of the Cyclone dance move. In the full program, I show how to combine the Cyclone with other dance moves that will burn the dance floor.
In this updated lesson of a classic grind I created, we'll be learning a grinding move I call the Matrix. You'll need to move and roll your body - but the easiest way to remember it is to pretend you're Neo in The Matrix dodging bullets. Guys will lead it first, and ladies will soon follow. It's an excellent, fun, and flirty dance move. On top of that, I show some variations to The Matrix including a double body roll finish, and then demo it to an EDM track.